BBA - Bioenergetics (v.1817, #S)
Yeast mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase: Effect of mutations in the hydrophilic channels within Cox1 and the adjacent supernumerary subunit Cox5A/B by A. Maréchal; B. Meunier; R. Dodia; P.R. Rich (S109-S110).
The function of Cox7a1 for brown fat thermogenesis (S14 terminal oxidases) by Stefanie Maurer; Tobias Fromme; Martin Klingenspor (S110).
Shewanella oneidensis terminal oxidases by S. Le Laz; A. Kpebe; M. Rousset; M. Brugna-Chiata (S109).
Pet117 — Assembly factor of cytochrome c oxidase by B. Kulawiak; N. Gebert; C. Schütze; A. Schulze-Specking; N. Wiedemann; N. Pfanner (S109).
Heterologous production and purification of the cytochrome bd ubiquinol oxidase of Aquifex aeolicus in Escherichia coli by J. Hoeser; M. Vranas; T. Friedrich (S108-S109).
Electrochemical analysis of cytochrome ba 3 from T. thermophilus immobilized on gold nanoparticles by Frederic Melin; Thomas Meyer; Julien Gross; Sylvia K. Choi; Robert B. Gennis; James A. Fee; Petra Hellwig (S110-S111).
Study on the catalytic current in the cytochrome c oxidase from P. denitrificans by T. Meyer; I. van der Hocht; H. Michel; B. Ludwig; F. Melin; P. Hellwig (S111).
Molecular characterization of the nitric oxide reductase from Thermus thermophilus by L.A. Schurig-Briccio; P. Venkatakrishnan; J. Hemp; R.B. Gennis (S112).
Cytochrome bd-type menaquinol oxidases: Variety even within the Gram-positive bacterial divisions by J. Sakamoto; S. Yokota; M. Inadome; T. Kusumoto (S112).
Cytochrome c oxidase signalling impact: Does the phosphorylation status really correspond to the enzyme kinetics or its enzymatic activity? by Rabia Ramzan; Petra Weber; Su Hyeon Kim; Sebastian Vogt (S111-S112).
Cytochrome c oxidase heme and Cu centres: Redox and spectral interactions by P. Nicholls; M.G. Mason; C.E. Cooper (S111).
The catalase activity of the aa 3 cytochrome c oxidase from Paracoccus denitrificans by Florian Hilbers; Jessica van Wonderen; Wolfram Lorenzen; Helge B. Bode; Fraser MacMillan; Bernd Ludwig; Hartmut Michel (S108).
The heme-copper oxidoreductase superfamily: Diversity, evolution and ecology by James Hemp; Laura A. Pace; Robert B. Gennis (S107-S108).
Direct evidence for Acanthamoeba castellanii alternative oxidase gene function by N. Antos-Krzeminska; W. Jarmuszkiewicz (S104-S105).
Cytochrome bd-II from aerobic respiratory chain of Escherichia coli is a proton-motive force generator by Dmitry A. Bloch; Vitaliy B. Borisov; Ranjani Murali; Marina L. Verkhovskaya; Huazhi Han; Robert B. Gennis; Michael I. Verkhovsky (S105).
Mutational analyses of D-pathway of bovine heart cytochrome c oxidase suggest that the pathway does not transfer the pumping protons by R. Aminaka; M. Itoh; K. Shimokata; Y. Katayama; T. Tsukihara; S. Yoshikawa; H. Shimada (S104).
The electron transfer pathway of Type-C oxygen reductase from V. cholera by Y. Ahn; Robert B. Gennis (S104).
Structure of caa 3-cytochrome c oxidase: A nature-made enzyme–substrate complex by Tewfik Soulimane (S103-S104).
Proton pumping in cytochrome c oxidase — An explicit gating mechanism based on experimental information, electrostatic considerations and QM calculations by Margareta R.A. Blomberg; Per E.M. Siegbahn (S105).
Cytochrome bd oxidase: Direct observation of the catalytic intermediates at steady-state by V.B. Borisov; E. Forte; P. Sarti; A. Giuffrè (S105-S106).
Heme-copper terminal oxidase using both cytochrome c and ubiquinol as electron donors by Ye Gao; Björn Meyer; Lucie Sokolova; Klaus Zwicker; Michael Karas; Bernd Brutschy; Guohong Peng; Hartmut Michel (S107).
Modeling the circular dichroism and absorption spectra of complexes FI and FII of cytochrome c oxidase by A.V. Dyuba; A.M. Arutyunyan; T.V. Vygodina; A.A. Konstantinov (S107).
Rescue of complex IV biogenesis by the cytosol-synthesized subunit II (Cox2) precursor carrying the point mutation W56R by Valentín Cruz-Torres; Miriam Vázquez-Acevedo; Rodolfo García-Villegas; Xochitl Pérez-Martínez; Guillermo Mendoza-Hernández; Diego González-Halphen (S106-S107).
Investigation of the proton pump and exit pathway in cytochrome ba3 from Thermus thermophilus by H. Chang; S.K. Choi; A. Vakkasoglu; Y. Chen; J. Hemp; J. Fee; R.B. Gennis (S106).
Heme-copper oxygen reductases: Taxonomic profiling by Filipa L. Sousa; Renato J. Alves; Miguel A. Ribeiro; José B. Pereira-Leal; Miguel Teixeira; Manuela M. Pereira (S112-S113).
Theoretical investigation of the potential field of the binuclear center of bovine cytochrome c oxidases by Masaru Tateno; Jiyoung Kang (S113).
Unmasking the phenotype of MCF7 cells after silencing mitochondrial Lon protease by L. Gibellini; M. Pinti; S. De Biasi; M. Nasi; A. Cossarizza (S119-S120).
Thermodynamic analysis of the role of calcium in skeletal muscle mitochondrial energy by B. Glancy; D.J. Chess; R.S. Balaban (S120).
Effect of nicorandil on insulin sensitivity of C2C12 myotubes by D. Dymkowska; J. Szczepanowska; K. Zabłocki (S119).
Effect of Mto1 knockdown on mitochondrial function by I. Dumitru; L. Becker; T. Klopstock; T. Wenz (S119).
Energy metabolism of endothelial cells, influence of TNF-alpha by B. Drabarek; D. Dymkowska; J. Szczepanowska; K. Zabłocki (S118-S119).
Different response to fatty acids in metabolism and gene expression of human endothelial cells (HUVEC) and preadipocytes (SVF) by J. Góralska; A. Śliwa; A. Polus; U. Czech; A. Gruca; A. Dembińska-Kieć (S120).
Is huntingtin a modulator of VDAC? by A. Karachitos; O. Stobienia; J. Jordan; Vito De Pinto; H. Kmita (S121).
Obesity generates metabolic alterations in the myocardium leading to changes in mitochondrial membrane permeability by Adriana Riojas; Flor E. Morales-Marroquín; Gerardo García-Rivas; ⁎Noemí García (S122).
The beneficial effects of medium-chain fatty acids on metabolism and oxidative stress by M.K. Montgomery; G.J. Maghzal; R. Stocker; G.J. Cooney; N. Turner (S122).
Mitochondrial function in human endothelial EA.hy926 cells by A. Koziel; A. Woyda-Ploszczyca; W. Jarmuszkiewicz (S121).
Absence of Ca2+-induced mitochondrial permeability transition but presence of bongkrekate-sensitive nucleotide exchange in C. crangon and P. serratus by C. Konrad; G. Kiss; B. Torocsik; V. Adam-Vizi; C. Chinopoulos (S121).
Sirt3 affects the function and stability of OXPHOS complexes in response to metabolic challenges by A. Di Domenico; F. Tundo; A. Hofer; C. Tischner; V. Lellek; L.Finley; M. Haigis; T. Wenz (S118).
Monitoring of the activity and redox state of mitochondrial complexes in physiological and pathological conditions using in-gel kinetics acquisition and integrating sphere spectroscopy by Raul Covian; David J. Chess; Eric Billings; Brian Glancy; Stephanie French; Joni Taylor; Elizabeth Murphy; Robert S. Balaban (S118).
Insights into mitochondrial structure and function from correlated four-dimensional light and electron microscopy by T.G. Frey; M.G. Sun; M. Ghochani; J. Waynelovich; S. Taheri; J. Nulton; A. Baljon; P. Salamon (S115).
ROS as signaling molecules in mitochondrial and cellular (dys)function by M. Forkink; P.H.G.M. Willems; W.J.H. Koopman (S115).
Characterization of two isoforms of cbb3 cytochrome oxidase from Pseudomonas stutzeri ZoBell by Hao Xie; Sabine Buschmann; Julian D. Langer; Bernd Ludwig; Hartmut Michel (S114).
Nanosecond time-resolved infrared basis for a bulge of the transmembrane helix between hemes a and a 3 to facilitate highly efficient proton pumping by bovine heart cytochrome c oxidase by S. Yoshikawa; M. Kubo; S. Nakashima; S. Yamaguchi; T. Ogura; M. Mochizuki; J.Y. Kang; M. Tateno; K. Muramoto; K. Shinzawa-Itoh (S113-S114).
Conformational change of mitochondrial complex I as a key event in ischaemia/reperfusion damage by Natalia Gorenkova; Margherita Ciano; Emma Robinson; David J. Grieve; Alexander Galkin (S115-S116).
ROS production by respiratory complex II by R. Moreno-Sánchez; L. Hernández-Esquivel; N.A. Rivero-Segura; A. Marín-Hernández; S.J. Ralph; S. Rodríguez-Enríquez (S116).
Mitochondrial involvement in regulation of apoptosis via redox state of external cytochrome c by V. Borutaite; K. Skemiene; J. Liobikas; J. Barauskaite; A. Kazlauskas (S117).
Mitochondrial characteristics of cells with glycogen branching enzyme deficiency by M. Bejtka; D. Malinska; J. Szczepanowska; J. Duszynski (S117).
Mitochondrial function and bioenergetics during malignant transformation and metastasis by N.D. Amoêdo; M.R. Figueiredo; M.G. Jasiulionis; F.D. Rumjanek (S117).
Functional characterization and regulation of UCP4 expression by adipokinetic hormone in larva and pupa fat body mitochondria from the beetle Zophobas atratus by M. Slocinska; N. Antos-Krzeminska; G. Rosinski; W. Jarmuszkiewicz (S116).
Structural basis for NO reduction by bacterial nitric oxide reductases by Y. Shiro (S103).
Crystal structure of the alternative oxidases: New insights into the catalytic cycle by T. Shiba; Y. Kido; K. Sakamoto; D.K. Inaoka; E. Oluwadare Balogun; T. Nara; T. Aoki; T. Honma; A. Tanaka; M. Inoue; S. Matsuoka; H. Saimoto; S. Harada; K. Kita; A.L. Moore (S102-S103).
CGS7184 a potassium channel opener modulates activity of mitochondria and Ca2+ homeostasis by A. Wrzosek; Z. Tomaskova; K. Ondrias; A. Łukasiak; A. Szewczyk (S88-S89).
Role of mitochondria in endothelial cell inflammatory processes by A. Zgrzywa; A. Łukasiak; A. Wrzosek; A. Szewczyk (S89).
Cisd2 deficiency leads to impaired white adipogenesis and insulin insensitivity in mice by Chih-Hao Wang; Yi-Fan Chen; Chia-Yu Wu; Ting-Fen Tsai; Yau-Huei Wei (S88).
Mitochondrial Nm23-H4 can switch between phosphotransfer and lipid transfer activities by U. Schlattner; A. Amoscato; Y.Y. Tyuina; M. Tokarska-Schlattner; S. Ramirez Rios; M. Boissan; R.F. Epand; R.M. Epand; J. Klein-Seetharaman; M.L. Lacombe; V.E. Kagan (S87-S88).
Abnormal HIF1 regulation of mitochondrial metabolism upon hypoxic adaptation by L. Plecita-Hlavata; P. Jezek (S87).
Evolution of Rieske/cytochrome b complexes, the enzyme that witnessed the history of life since the Last Universal Common Ancestor by F. Baymann; R. van Lis; F. ten Brink; B. Schoepp-Cothenet; W. Nitschke (S90).
Inter-monomer electron transfer between the b hemes of cytochrome bc 1 by P. Lanciano; B. Khalfaoui-Hassani; N. Selamoglu; F. Daldal (S90).
In vivo accumulation of coenzyme Q biosynthetic intermediates and aminated analogs in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Mohammad Ozeir; Letian X. Xie; Mahmoud Hajj Chehade; Jeniffer Y. Tang; Jia Y. Chen; Sylvie-Kieffer Jaquinod; Marc Fontecave; Catherine F. Clarke; Fabien Pierrel (S92).
Inter- and intra-monomeric communication in the cytochrome bc 1 complex as studied by molecular dynamics simulations by P.S. Orekhov; K.V. Shaitan; A.Y. Mulkidjanian (S91-S92).
Effects of ascochlorin on the yeast Candida albicans by N. Minagawa; S. Sakai; R. Katsuragi; M. Ando (S91).
The cytochrome bc 1 complex and the evolution of membrane bioenergetics by Daria V. Dibrova; Michael Y. Galperin; Armen Y. Mulkidjanian (S91).
Bioenergetic characterization of a neurofibromatosis type-1 cell model by I. Masgras; G. Guzzo; F. Chiara; R. Stein; P. Bernardi; A. Rasola (S87).
NCLX, but not Letm1, mediates matrix Ca2+ extrusion and modulates the mitochondrial redox state during HeLa cell stimulation by Umberto De Marchi; Jaime Santo-Domingo; Israel Sekler; Andreas Wiederkehr; Nicolas Demaurex (S86-S87).
Histones destabilize the mitochondrial membrane organization and cause release of cytochrome c by A. Cascone; C. Bruelle; D. Lindholm; P. Bernardi; O. Eriksson (S84).
The BKCa channel is present in mitochondria of endothelial cell by Piotr Bednarczyk; Adam Szewczyk (S84).
New insights into interactions of hemin and calcium-regulated BK channel in rat brain mitochondria by B. Augustynek; P. Bednarczyk; W.S. Kunz; A. Szewczyk (S83-S84).
Mitochondrial potassium channels: Magnum overview by A. Szewczyk (S83).
Mitochondrial calcium‐independent phospholipase iPLA2γ is directly activated by H2O2 in vitro by M. Jaburek; J. Zelenka; P. Jezek (S84-S85).
A novel mitochondrial potassium channel in embryonic hippocampal mitochondra by A. Kajma; P. Bednarczyk; A. Szewczyk (S85).
Reactive oxygen species in proinflammatory response of endothelial cells by A. Lukasiak; A. Zgrzywa; A. Wrzosek; A. Szewczyk (S86).
Mitochondrial potassium channels in Dictyostelium discoideum by M. Laskowski; A. Kicinska; W. Jarmuszkiewicz; A. Szewczyk (S86).
Tumor suppressor fumarate hydratase is phosphorylated and regulated by AMP-activated protein kinase by A. Klaus; C. Polge; S. Zorman; Y. Auchli; R. Brunisholz; U. Schlattner (S85-S86).
Manganese superoxide dismutase controls T cell activation-induced oxidative signaling and cell death by Marcin M. Kamiński; Daniel Röth; Sabine Sass; Sven W. Sauer; Peter H. Krammer; Karsten Gülow (S85).
How to inhibit bc 1 complex with antimycin A? by Stéphane Ransac; Roger Springett; Jean-Pierre Mazat (S92-S93).
The use of electron spin–lattice relaxation measurements in studying structural changes of iron–sulfur protein in cytochrome bc 1 from Rhodobacter capsulatus by M. Sarewicz; M. Dutka; R. Pietras; A. Osyczka (S93).
Impact of a single mitochondrial DNA mutation on energy production in immune cells by M. Hirose; H. Azakli; S.M. Ibrahim (S99).
Aging-induced increase in permeability transition in brain mitochondria: Enhanced vulnerability of rat brain mitochondria in old animals is due to reduced mitochondrial 2′,3′-cyclic nucleotide 3′-phosphodiesterase (CNP) level by O. Krestinina; T. Azarashvili; Y. Baburina; D. Grachev; R. Stricker; G. Reiser (S99-S100).
Age and high fat-diet associated changes in mitochondrial ROS production in the liver by K. Haas; M. Klingenspor (S99).
Characterization of a novel TFAM transcript, which lacks the exons 4 and 5, in human skin fibroblasts by D. Gebhard; K. Burger; K. Matt; J. Bergemann (S98-S99).
2,3-Dehydrosilybin mimics the effect of postconditioning in rat neonatal cardiomyocytes by E. Gabrielová; V. Křen; M. Jabůrek; M. Modrianský (S98).
Mitochondrial dysfunction in MnSOD knockout mice by A.P. Kudin; E. Taheizadeh-Fard; W.S. Kunz (S100).
Oxidation of cardiolipin in liposomes: A new insight into the primary steps of mitochondria-triggered apoptosis by A.V. Lokhmatikov; N. Voskoboynikova; D.A. Cherepanov; H.-J. Steinhoff; V.P. Skulachev; A.Y. Mulkidjanian (S100).
Functions of the hydrophilic channels of mitochondrial forms of cytochrome oxidase from studies of yeast mutants by P.R. Rich; A. Maréchal; B. Meunier; R. Dodia (S102).
Proton transfer in NO-reducing heme-copper oxidases by Pia Ädelroth; Josy ter Beek; Hyun Ju Lee; Nathalie Gonska; Lina Salomonsson; Davinia Arjona; Joachim Reimann (S102).
Real-time tracking of mitochondrial hydrogen peroxide in single rat cardiomyocytes during simulated ischaemia/reperfusion by Andreas M. Rossbach; Tatyana Andrienko; Andrew P. Halestrap (S101).
Reactive oxygen species production by flavin dehydrogenases of the mitochondrial respiratory chain by T. Mráček; E. Holzerová; N. Kovářová; P. Ješina; Z. Drahota; J. Houštěk (S100-S101).
Macromolecular reorganization of mitochondria during aging by Bertram Daum; Andreas Walter; Angelika Horst; Heinrich Heide; Alexandra Werner; Ulrich Brandt; Heinz D. Osiewacz; Werner Kühlbrandt (S98).
Brain age-dependent effects of acute endotoxemia on oxidative damage and mitochondrial function by M.C. Cimolai; V. Vanasco; P. Evelson; H. Bugger; S. Alvarez (S97).
Qrc, a new bacterial respiratory complex related to the CISM family and the alternative complex III by S. Venceslau; I.A.C. Pereira (S94-S95).
Exploring the differential sensitivity of Plasmodium falciparum, yeast and mammalian enzymes towards anti-malaria compounds targeting the bc 1 complex Qo site by C. Vallières; N. Fisher; B. Meunier (S94).
Inhibition of mitochondrial complex III by nitric oxide by Laura B. Valdez; Darío E. Iglesias; Silvina S. Bombicino; Alberto Boveris (S93-S94).
Human skin fibroblasts as a model of coenzyme Q10 deficiency by J. Spacilova; K. Vesela; J. Sladkova; D. Sedlackova; H. Hansikova; J. Zeman (S93).
Inhibitor titration of the cytochrome bc 1 complex of Rhodobacter capsulatus by myxothiazol and pyraclostrobin: Evidence for a binding change mechanism by I. Winkelmann; D.A. Cherepanov; K. Jahns; N.E. Voskoboynikova; A.Y. Mulkidjanian (S95).
Two types of quinol: Periplasmic e-transporter oxidoreductase. Comparison of their operons variations and distribution through bacterial phyla by Mikhail F. Yanyushin (S95).
Identification of generator-specific biomarkers and targets of mitochondrial ROS by Lea Bleier; Ilka Wittig; Mirco Steger; Heinrich Heide; Ulrich Brandt; Stefan Dröse (S97).
Mild uncoupling to counteract ROS production: Physiologically relevant or not? by Jan Nedergaard; Irina G. Shabalina (S96-S97).
Mitochondrial superoxide production under native conditions by M.D. Brand; C.L. Quinlan; I.V. Perevoshchikova; A.L. Orr; M. Hey-Mogensen; J.R. Treberg (S96).
Reactive oxygen species generation by mitochondrial dehydrogenases under pathological conditions by Vera Adam-Vizi; Laszlo Tretter (S96).
Anti-mitochondrial therapy in human breast multi-cellular spheroids by S. Rodriguez-Enriquez; J.C. Gallardo-Perez; E.A. Mandujano-Tinoco; R. Moreno-Sanchez (S122-S123).
Simultaneous measurements of the TCA cycle and respiration in isolated mitochondria and intact cells with the XF24-3 Analyzer by George W. Rogers; Smitha P. Jogunoori; Christiane Munkholm; Anne N. Murphy; Susanna Petrosyan; Andy Neilson; David A. Ferrick (S123).
Mitochondrial effects of a possible neuroprotectant, methylene blue. Studies on isolated brain mitochondria and on BV-2 microglial cell line by L. Tretter; G. Horváth; V. Adam-Vizi (S152).
Role of E. coli hydrogenases in proton motive force generation during glycerol fermentation at pH 7.5 by K. Trchounian; S. Marutyan; A. Trchounian (S153).
Theoretical investigation of the potential field of the binuclear center of bovine cytochrome c oxidases by Masaru Tateno; Jiyoung Kang (S152).
Computational investigation of OH and O states in the catalytic mechanism of cytochrome c oxidase by V. Sharma; M. Wikstrom (S151-S152).
Photophosphorylation Dependent CO2 Fixation in Isolated Thylakoids of Cyanobacteria, A Case for Localized Proton Gradients by J.K. Sainis; R. Agarwal; D. Dani; M. Melzer (S151).
Comparative analysis of lipid biosynthesis in archaea, bacteria and eukaryotes: What was the structure of the first membrane lipids? by Daria V. Dibrova; Kira S. Makarova; Michael Y. Galperin; Eugene V. Koonin; Armen Y. Mulkidjanian (S154).
Visualization of mt nucleoids by superresolution microscopy techniques by Andrea Dlasková; Mike Mlodzianoski; Tomáš Špacek; Jitka Šantorová; Jan Tauber; Joerg Bewersdorf; Petr Ježek (S154-S155).
Structure of a novel octaheme cytochrome c from Campylobacter concisus by Bianca Hermann; Florian Kemper; Michael Braun; Simon Netzera; Melanie Dietrich; Melanie Kern; Jörg Simon; Daniel Wohlwend; Oliver Einsle (S156).
Ferredoxin:NADP+ oxidoreductase junction with CdSe/ZnS quantum dots — An example of enzymatically active nanohybrids to be used in photosynthesis research by Joanna Grzyb; Krzysztof Szczepaniak; Anna Baranowska-Korczyc; Remigiusz Worch (S155-S156).
The energy sulfur metabolism of the hyperthermophilic bacterium Aquifex aeolicus by M. Guiral; C. Aussignargues; L. Prunetti; P. Infossi; M. Ilbert; M.T. Giudici-Orticoni (S155).
Bacterial oxygen production in the dark by K.F. Ettwig; D.R. Speth; J. Reimann; M.L. Wu; M.S.M. Jetten; J.T. Keltjens (S155).
Proton-potassium exchange during fermentation of glucose and glycerol by Escherichia coli hydrogenase mutant at alkaline and acidic pH by A. Poladyan; A. Avagyan; A. Trchounian (S151).
In silico mutants of nitric oxide reductases provide insights into development of proton pathways in the heme-copper oxidase superfamily by Andrei V. Pisliakov; Yuji Sugita (S150).
Interfacial water provides the pathway for proton transport along membranes by Denis Knyazev; Andreas Springer; Peter Pohl (S148).
Computational investigation of the electronic structure of the CuA site in bovine cytochrome c oxidases: the functional role of the axial methionine residue by J. Kang; M. Tateno (S147-S148).
Molecular basis for semiquinone stabilization in respiratory enzymes: a pulsed EPR study of the menasemiquinone binding mode in E. coli nitrate reductase A by Stephane Grimaldi; Rodrigo Arias-Cartin; Sevdalina Lyubenova; Pascal Lanciano; Burkhard Endeward; Thomas Prisner; Axel Magalon; Bruno Guigliarelli (S147).
Dehydration affects the stability of primary charge separation in bacterial reaction centers: Studies by optical and differential FTIR spectroscopy by F. Francia; A. Mezzetti; M. Malferrari; G. Venturoli (S146-S147).
Microanalysis of the quinone reducing site Qi from the cytochrome b6f complex by Audrey Lebas; Francesca Zito; Fabrice Rappaport; Frauke Baymann; Daniel Picot (S148).
Heterologously expressed Aio: A system to study biogenesis and structure/function relationships of the Rieske superfamily by R. van Lis; W. Nitschke; T.P. Warelow; L. Capowiez; J.M. Santini; B. Schoepp-Cothenet (S148-S149).
Development of Highly Sensitive Nanosecond Time-Resolved IR Apparatus Applicable to Protein System in H2O by Satoru Nakashima; Minoru Kubo; Satoru Yamaguchi; Takashi Ogura; Masao Mochizuki; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Shinya Yoshikawa (S150).
Sub-micron scale distribution of electron transport compelxes in bacterial membranes, and its influence on electron transfer pathways by C.W. Mullineaux; L.N.Liu; S.J. Bryan; M.C. Leake; P.J. Nixon; P.R. Rich (S149-S150).
Ruthenium Photoinitiation of Electron Transfer in the Rb. Sphaeroides Cytochrome bc 1 Complex: Rotational dynamics of the iron-sulfur protein, diffusion of quinone between the Qo and Qi sites, and linkage between the two monomers by Frank Millett; Jeffrey Havens; Quan Yuan; Shaoqing Yang; Chang-An Yu; Linda Yu; Bill Durham (S149).
Exploring the coupling between electron transfer and protein dynamics in photosynthetic reaction centers embedded into dehydrated amorphous matrices by Marco Malferrari; Francesco Francia; Paola Turina; Andreas Labahn; Giovanni Venturoli (S149).
Genetically-encoded ATP biosensor for low temperatures by H. Imamura; T. Tsuyama; J. Kishikawa; H. Noji; A. Kakizuka; K. Yokoyama; T. Uemura (S156-S157).
Severely impaired respiratory chain causes multisystem apoptosis-driven developmental defects, a new mitochondrial phenotype in vertebrates by A. Indrieri; V. Van Rahden; V. Tiranti; I. Conte; J. Quartararo; M. Morleo; D. Iaconis; R. Tammaro; G. Chesi; M. Cermola; R. Tatè; I. Maystadt; S. Demuth; A. Zvulunov; I. D'Amato; P. Goffrini; I. Ferrero; P. Bovolenta; K. Kutsche; M. Zeviani; B. Franco (S157).
Synaptic and nonsynaptic mitochondria in hypothyroid conditions by E. Zhuravliova; T. Barbakadze; L. Shanshiashvili; N. Natsvlishvili; E. Zaalishvili; I. Kalandadze; N. Narmania; I. Chogovadze; D.G. Mikeladze (S75-S76).
Non-invasive modulation of cytochrome c oxidase activity with specific infrared light for the treatment of reperfusion injury by M. Hüttemann; I. Lee; J. Wider; L.I. Grossman; K. Przyklenk; T.H. Sanderson (S114).
Diverse reactions of pea seedlings mitochondria depending on low temperature load by I. Ukolova; A. Antipina; G. Borovskii; V. Voinikov (S75).
Degradation of mitochondrial outer membrane proteins by R. Zhai; F.-N. Vögtle; C. Meisinger (S162).
Bioenergetic analysis of FDCP-mix cell line subpopulations by Marija Vlaski; Vladimir Petrovic; Jean Chevaleyre; Philippe Brunet de la Grange; Mohamad Hammoud; Pascale Duchez; Vincent Praloran; Zoran Ivanovic (S161-S162).
The mitochondrial chaperone TRAP1 promotes neoplastic growth by inhibiting succinate dehydrogenase by Marco Sciacovelli; Giulia Guzzo; Virginia Morello; Christian Frezza; Liang Zheng; Nazarena Nannini; Fiorella Calabrese; Gabriella Laudiero; Franca Esposito; Matteo Landriscina; Paola Defilippi; Paolo Bernardi; Andrea Rasola (S125-S126).
Adaptation to chronic hypoxia is associated with increased expression of mitochondrial creatine kinase and hexokinase in the rat myocardium by Jitka Zurmanova; Petra Arnostova; Dita Kasparova; Jan Neckar; Frantisek Kolar; Jiri Novotny (S126).
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Control of oxygenation and bioenergetic assessment of respiring objects with the intracellular oxygen-sensing probes by Dmitri B. Papkovsky (S162).
Cyanobacteria: As „chloromitochondria“ – true “green” and “red” paradigms for bioenergetic research by Günter A. Peschek; Christian Obinger (S137).
Specific effects of oxidizer copper (II) ions on Enterococcus hirae and Escherichia coli cells growth and the FoF1 ATPase activity by Z. Vardanyan; A. Trchounian (S161).
The subcellular localization of inorganic pyrophosphatases is a crucial issue to properly understand their physiological roles by G. Serrano-Bueno; A. Hernández; J.R. Pérez-Castiñeira; A. Serrano (S160-S161).
Different PINK-1 immunohistochemical pattern in Langerhans islets of Goto-Kakizaki and Wistar rats: Implication to mitochondrial damage in animal model of diabetes mellitus by T. Olejar (S158).
Thermus thermophilus Complex II – unique properties of a thermophilic enzyme by Mohamed Radzi Noor; Olga Kolaj-Robin; Sarah O'Kane; Frauke Baymann; Tewfik Soulimane (S158).
Expression of the gene cluster for chlorate metabolism in the chlorate-respiring bacterium Ideonella dechloratans by M. Hellberg Lindqvist; T. Nilsson; M. Rova (S157-S158).
The influence of STAT proteins on Dictyostelium discoideum bioenergetics by A. Kicinska; W. Jarmuszkiewicz (S157).
Saccharomyces cerevisiae produced K2 toxin effects on microbial cells by I. Orentaitė; L. Žilinskienė; E. Servienė; R. Daugelavičius (S158-S159).
Melanocytes — A novel tool to study mitochondrial dysfunction in Duchenne muscular dystrophy by C. Pellegrini; A. Zulian; F. Gualandi; E. Manzati; L. Merlini; M.E. Michelini; L. Benassi; A. Ferlini; N.M. Maraldi; P. Bernardi; P. Sabatelli (S159).
Genotype/phenotype correlations in fibroblasts of patients with pathogenic POLG-mutations by S. Schoeler; A. Kudin; W.S. Kunz (S160).
The role of mitochondria in cell death — Regulation of the pro-apoptotic protein Bak by Diana Stojanovski; Michael Lazarou; Michael T. Ryan (S160).
Mitochondrial parameters in spinal bulbar muscular atrophy muscle tissue by G. Querin; A. Malena; E. Loro; G. del Moro; S. Bettio; G. Soraru; A.P. Russel; L. Vergani (S159-S160).
Mitochondrial bioenergetics and drug-induced toxicity in a panel of mouse embryonic fibroblasts with mitochondrial DNA single nucleotide polymorphisms by C.V. Pereira; P.J. Oliveira; Y. Will; S. Nadanaciva (S159).
The Paramagnetic and Redox Properties of the Hemes of E. coli Nitrate Reductase by Justin G. Fedor; Richard A. Rothery; Joel H. Weiner (S146).
Redox-Controlled Proton Gating in Bovine Cytochrome c Oxidase by Tsuyoshi Egawa; Syun-Ru Yeh; Denis L. Rousseau (S145-S146).
Combining quantitative live-cell microscopy with mathematical modeling to understand and combat mitochondrial disease in skeletal muscle by M. Nooteboom; D.C. Liemburg-Apers; M.T. Alam; H. Swarts; J.A.M. Smeitink; W.J. Koopman; P.H.G.M. Willems (S131).
Escherichia coli membrane vesicles F0F1-ATPase activity under glycerol fermentation at alkaline and acidic pH by S. Blbulyan; A. Trchounian (S131-S132).
Conversion of Corynebacterium glutamicum from an aerobic respiring to an aerobic fermenting bacterium by inactivation of the respiratory chain by A. Koch-Koerfges; Michael Bott (S130-S131).
Dehydrogenase kinetic parameters determine the electron competition mechanisms in respiratory chain by L. Kaiser; M. Heiske; N. Avéret; J.P. Mazat; A. Devin; M. Rigoulet (S130).
Antioxidant effects induced in biological macromolecular systems by high density photons through localized excitations by S. Comorosan; S. Polosan; I. Popescu; L. Paslaru; A. Nastase; R. Mitrica; E. Ionescu (S130).
Evidence that branched-chain phytanic acid disrupts bioenergetics in cerebellum of young rats by E.N. Busanello; A.U. Amaral; A. Zanatta; A.M. Tonin; C.M. Viegas; V. Lobato; M. Wajner (S132).
The new class of surface-active phenols selectively interact with membrane-bound protons fraction with an excess of free energy by S.A. Eremeev; K.A. Motovilov; L.S. Yaguzhinsky (S132).
Virtual mitochondrion by Jean-Pierre Mazat; Margit Heiske; Christine Nazaret; Stéphane Ransac; Edda Klipp (S134).
An analysis of amino acid residues which affect the structure of the ion flux pathway of the flagellar stator complex from Bacillus subtilis by Kotomi Koyama; Masahiro Ito (S133-S134).
Regulation of anaerobic glycolysis during work transitions in skeletal muscle: In silico studies by B. Korzeniewski; J.A. Zoladz (S133).
The Rhodobacter sphaeroides F0F1-ATPase activity: Effects of heavy metal ions and relationship with hydrogen photoproduction by L. Gabrielyan; L. Hakobyan; A. Trchounian (S133).
The charged amino acid residues of two different stators of the flagellar motor in Bacillus subtilis are important for motility by Yuka Takahashi; Masahiro Ito (S129).
The membrane modulates internal proton transfer in cytochrome c oxidase by L. Näsvik Öjemyr; C. von Ballmoos; K. Faxén; E. Svahn; P. Brzezinski (S129).
Isoform porin 2 is involved in tRNALys transport from cytosol to mitochondria in yeast by M.Y. Vyssokikh; T. Schirtz; O. Kolesnikova; N. Entelis; Y.N. Antonenko; T.I. Rokitskaya; I. Tarassov (S124-S125).
Key elements of the hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid (HPT) axis regulate mitochondrial biology in human hair follicles in situ by S. Vidali; J. Knuever; J. Lerchner; M. Giesen; T. Bíró; B. Kofler; M. Klinger; B. Poeggeler; R. Paus (S124).
Mitochondrial behavior on cancer stem cells and differentiated cancer cells: A key element for metabolic remodeling and regulation of chemoresistance by Ignacio Vega-Naredo; Rute Loureiro; Ludgero C. Tavares; Ana F. Branco; Ana Burgeiro; Jenna R. Erickson; Jon Holy; Edward L. Perkins; Rui A. Carvalho; Paulo J. Oliveira (S123-S124).
Bioenergetic profiling of isolated white adipocyte mitochondria by Th. Schöttl; L. Kappler; V. Hirschberg; T. Fromme; M. Klingenspor (S123).
Activation of the p66Shc pathway in mitochondria-related pathologies by Aleksandra Wojtala; Magdalena Lebiedzinska; Agnieszka Karkucinska-Wieckowska; Maciej Pronicki; Jerzy Duszynski; Mariusz R. Wieckowski (S125).
Membrane-bound respiratory nitrate reductase functioning: It takes two to tango by R. Arias-Cartin; S. Grimaldi; P. Lanciano; P. Arnoux; B. Guigliarelli; A. Magalon (S127).
Unraveling the architecture of the A1 complex of the Nanoarchaeum equitans A1A0 ATP synthase by Soumya Mohanty; Christopher W.V. Hogue (S128-S129).
Does lipid saturation change affect the aggregation of proteoliposomes in a semi-lamellar system? by K. Gieczewska; W.I. Gruszecki; W. Grudzinski; J. Grzyb; R. Mazur; A. Mostowska; M. Garstka (S128).
Synthesis of cardiolipin analogs and characterization of their effects on induction of the peroxidase activity of cytochrome c by M. Abe; M. Nakano; H. Miyoshi (S128).
Lipid protein interaction in enzymes from the respiratory chain: An electrochemical and FTIR spectroscopic study on the role of integral lipids by Petra Hellwig (S127-S128).
Metabolic phenotyping of the mouse mutant line Fto tm1b by N. Rink; W. Wurst; M. Klingenspor (S134).
Metabolic control analysis of integrated energy metabolism in permeabilized neuroblastoma cells by I. Shevchuk; V. Chekulayev; N. Timohhina; K. Tepp; A. Klepinin; V. Saks; T. Kaambre (S135).
Transcriptional patterns of ATP-synthase subunits in rat liver and muscle tissues during development by M. Hulkova; J. Spacilova; H. Hansikova; J. Zeman (S142).
Large heterozygous deletions on 22q13.33 in combination with TYMP or SCO2 point mutations in two patients with mitochondrial disorders by Alžběta Vondráčková; Kateřina Veselá; Markéta Tesařová; Kamila Vinšová; Viktor Stránecký; Hana Hansíková; Jiří Zeman (S143).
Gene regulation of cytochrome c oxidase subunit 4 isoform 2: A tale of three factors by Siddhesh Aras; Pak Oleg; Natascha Sommer; Maik Hüttemann; Norbert Weissmann; Lawrence Grossman (S142).
An integrated perspective of the Escherichia coli aerobic respiratory chain by Pedro M.F. Sousa; Marco A.M. Videira; Andreas Bohn; Luís F. Goulão; Brian L. Hood; Thomas P. Conrads; Ana M.P. Melo (S141).
The succinate oxidase supercomplex of the Bacillus subtilis aerobic respiratory chain by Filipe A.S. Santos; Pedro M.F. Sousa; Tiago David; Marco A.M. Videira; Ana M.P. Melo (S141).
Import of fluorescent RNA into mitochondria of living cells by J. Zelenka; L. Alán; P. Ježek (S143).
Electron tunneling and proton translocation in respiratory complex I by A.A. Stuchebrukhov (S144).
Defining and manipulating proton transfer pathways in nitric oxide reductase by J. ter Beek; P. Ädelroth (S145).
The mysterious cofactors of the cytochrome b 6 f complex: contribution of C. reinhardtii mutants to structure/function relationships by Audrey Le Bas; Daniel Picot; Fabrice Rappaport; Francesca Zito (S145).
Structural insights into subunit a, a 104-363, of the Saccharomyces cerevesiae V-ATPase by P.V. Dip; W.G. Saw; G. Grüber (S144-S145).
Bronsted Acids as Energy Carrier to ATP Synthesis by L. Yaguzhinsky; L. Eroshenko; V. Moiseeva; K. Motovilov (S144).
FRET reveals lactacystin-induced increase of Tom20/TOM assembly by Bettina Rieger; Wladislaw Kohl; Karin Busch (S140-S141).
Mitochondrial complex I plays an essential role in human respirasome assembly by C. Ugalde; D. Moreno-Lastres; F. Fontanesi; I. García-Consuegra; M.A. Martín; A. Barrientos; J. Arenas (S140).
Availability of key metabolic substrates determines metabolic responses, local oxygenation and HIF-2a stabilization in pheochromocytoma PC12 cells by A. Zhdanov; A. Waters; A. Golubeva; R. Dmitriev; D. Papkovsky (S136-S137).
Doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity — A key role of altered protein kinase signaling in the response to energetic, oxidative and genotoxic stress by M. Tokarska-Schlattner; S. Gratia; L. Kay; V. Novel-Chaté; S. Michelland; M. Sève; L. Potenza; P. Sestili; U. Schlattner (S136).
Comparative investigation of bioenergetic properties of human colorectal and breast cancer by K. Tepp; T. Kaambre; V. Chekulayev; I. Shevchuk; M. Karu-Varikmaa; N. Timohhina; V. Valvere; V. Saks (S135-S136).
The relative contribution of membrane potential and pH gradient regulates mitochondrial oxygen consumption at constant proton motive force by R. Springett; M.O. Ripple; N. Kim (S135).
Identification of new assembly factors of complex I by complexome profiling by I. Wittig; H. Heide; L. Bleier; B. Schwamb; V. Strecker; M. Steger; J. Ackermann; S. Dröse; M. Zörnig; A.S. Reichert; I. Koch; U. Brandt (S138).
Study of respiratory complexes in the low GC firmicutes Bacillus subtilis and Geobacillus stearothermophilus by L. Bergdoll; E. Point; F. Bayman; D. Picot (S138).
Structural interactions of mitochondrial ATP synthasome components by H. Nůsková; T. Mikulová; M. Vrbacký; T. Mráček; J. Houštěk (S140).
Identification of potential biomarkers for complex III deficiency by 2D-DIGE proteomic approach by L. Marin-Buera; M. Martínez Gomáriz; C. Ugalde (S139-S140).
Control of electron transport routes through redox-regulated redistribution of respiratory complexes by Lu-Ning Liu; Samantha J. Bryan; Fang Huang; Jianfeng Yu; Peter J. Nixon; Peter R. Rich; Conrad W. Mullineaux (S139).
Alterations in the supramolecular interactions of respiratory chain complexes and enhanced superoxide production by the cytochrome b Y278C mutation which causes a multisystem disorder by A. Ghelli; C.V. Tropeano; M.A. Calvaruso; A. Marchesini; L. Iommarini; A.M. Porcelli; C. Zanna; G. Gasparre; I. Kurelac; V. De Nardo; A. Martinuzzi; J. Vissing; N. Selamoglu; F. Daldal; M. Rugolo (S139).
Signalling pathways regulating mitochondrial protein import by Chris Meisinger (S83).
X-ray structure of a bacterial ABC-type heme transporter by Jae-Sung Woo; Antra Zeltina; Birke A. Goetz; Kaspar P. Locher (S82).
A Liposome System For Light-Driven ATP-Synthesis by Marcus Thein; Wolfram Volkwein; Anke Burger-Kentischer; Steffen Rupp; Thomas Hirth (S26).
Single Molecule Analysis of Inhibitory Pausing States of V1-ATPase by Naciye Esma Tirtom; Yoshihiro Nishikawa; Daichi Okuno; Masahiro Nakano; Ken Yokoyama; Hiroyuki Noji (S26).
Physiological importance of the ε subunit of bacterial FOF1-ATP synthase by Naohiro Taniguchi; Toshiharu Suzuki; Michael Berney; Masasuke Yoshida; Gregory M. Cook (S25-S26).
Visualization of ATP-driven Proton-Translocation of ATP Synthase Reconstituted in an Artificial Lipid Bilayer Membrane by K.V. Tabata; J. Ki; H. Noji (S25).
IF1 (mitochondrial FoF1 inhibitor protein); from single molecule to knock-out mouse by T. Suzuki; M. Fujikawa; J. Nakamura; M. Yoshida (S25).
Direct observation of the rotation of FoF1-ATP synthase driven by the proton motive force by R. Watanabe; K.V. Tabata; R. Iino; H. Noji (S26-S27).
Expression, purification and crystallization of central stalk and peripheral stalk of F1Fo ATP synthase from Aquifex aeolicus in Escherichia coli by Shuai Xin; Chunli Zhang; Julian Langer; Guohong Peng; Hartmut Michel (S27).
Alternative Complex III from phototrophic bacteria and its electron acceptor auracyanin by Robert E. Blankenship; Erica Wunderlich Majumder; Jeremy D. King (S29).
Heterologous expression of the assembled and functional F1FO ATP synthase from A. aeolicus in E. Coli by Chunli Zhang; Julian Langer; Matteo Allegretti; Janet Vonck; Guohong Peng; Hartmut Michel (S28).
Studies of ATP synthase from Mycobacteria by Alice T. Zhang; Sidong Liu; Martin G. Montgomery; Gregory M. Cook; John E. Walker (S28).
The subunit of the α-proteobacterial F1FO-ATP synthase in Paracoccus denitrificans: a novel control mechanism of the central rotor by M. Zarco-Zavala; E. Morales-Ríos; P. Serrano-Navarro; K. Wüthrich; G. Mendoza-Hernández; L. Ramírez-Silva; J.J. García-Trejo (S27-S28).
Conformational change of the γ subunit regulates the ATP hydrolysis activity of cyanobacterial ATP synthase by E.-I. Sunamura; H. Konno; M. Imashimizu; M. Mochimaru; T. Hisabori (S24-S25).
Screening of protein kinase inhibitors that affect ATP synthesis activity using MASC assay by K. Sugawara; M. Fujikawa; M. Yoshida (S24).
Engineering rotor ring stoichiometries in the ATP synthase by Denys Pogoryelov; Adriana L. Klyszejko; Ganna O. Krasnoselska; Eva-Maria Heller; Vanessa Leone; Julian D. Langer; Janet Vonck; Daniel J. Muller; José D. Faraldo-Gómez; Thomas Meier (S21).
A novel TB drug targets the ATP synthase rotor ring of mycobacteria by Laura Preiss; Luise Eckhardt-Strelau; Julian Langer; Anil Koul; Thomas Meier (S22).
The H+/ATP ratios of H+-ATPsynthases from yeast mitochondria, spinach chloroplasts and E.coli by Jan Petersen; Kathrin Förster; Stefan Steigmiller; Paola Turina; Peter Gräber (S21).
Role of the mitochondrial ATP synthase central stalk subunits γ and δ in the activity and assembly of the mammalian enzyme by P. Pecina; H. Nůsková; V. Havlíčková; J. Houštěk (S20-S21).
Inhibiting the essential FoF1-ATPase activity in the infectious form of Trypanosoma brucei by B. Panicucci; J.E. Walker; A. Zíková (S20).
The effect of mutations γM23K and βL249Q on ADP-inhibition of H+-FOF1-ATP-synthase in Escherichia coli by A. Prikhodko; A. Lapashina; R. Zinovkin; M. Vitushkina; B. Feniouk (S22).
Cholesterol-dependent translocation of the F1F0-ATP synthase inhibitor factor 1 (IF1) to cell surface by Amit Kumar Rai; Federica Dabbeni-Sala; Giovanna Lippe; Michelangelo Campanella (S22-S23).
Hypothetical trypanosoma protein may help anchor the F1-ATPase moiety to the mitochondrial membrane by K. Subrtova; B. Panicucci; A. Zikova (S24).
The H+-ATPsynthase from Yeast: Construction and Characterisation of an EGFP-MF0F1 Fusion Protein with Cysteine Mutations for FRET Investigations by Ilka Starke; Sarah Osterwald; Peter Gräber; Jan Petersen (S23-S24).
H+/ATP ratio of FoF1-ATP synthase from the thermophilic Bacillus PS3 by N. Soga; K. Kimura; Y. Kasuya; T. Suzuki; M. Yoshida; K. Kinosita (S23).
High-resolution structure of a Na+-driven ATP synthase rotor ring with a two-carboxylate ion-binding motif by Sarah Schulz; Alexander Krah; Özkan Yildiz; José D. Faraldo-Gómez; Thomas Meier (S23).
Nanoparticles affect the function of photosystem I by Marc Brecht (S29).
Towards the time resolved X-ray structure determination of proteins by Raimund Fromme; Ingo Grotjohann; Christopher Kupitz; Shibom Basu; Petra Fromme (S29-S30).
Crystal structure of the heterotrimeric EGChead complex from yeast vacuolar ATPase by R.A. Oot; L.S. Huang; E.A. Berry; S. Wilkens (S36-S37).
Beta barrels 9 and 10 are equally important for the gating properties of VDAC1 than the N-terminus domain by Vito De Pinto; Simona Reina; Andrea Magrì; Francesca Guarino; Anna Maria Pappalardo; Salvatrice Millesi; Roland Benz; Matteo Ceccarelli; Angela Messina (S37).
Characterization and purification of the multi subunit type Na+/H+ antiporter from alkaliphilic Bacillus pseudofirmus OF4 by Masato Morino; Toshiharu Suzuki; Masahiro Ito (S36).
The evolutionary history of membrane-integral pyrophosphatases supports Na+ as the ancestral coupling ion in membrane bioenergetics by Heidi H. Luoto; Alexander A. Baykov; Reijo Lahti; Anssi M. Malinen (S35-S36).
Insights into the mechanism of the Na+/Ca2 + exchanger from atomistic molecular dynamics simulations by Fabrizio Marinelli; José D. Faraldo-Gómez (S35).
Regulation of ammonium transport proteins by Tobias Pflüger; Paula Schleberger; Sarah Maier; Philipp Lewe; Tobias Wacker; Wei Lü; Susana L.A. Andrade (S37).
The functional and structural analysis of the mitochondrial aspartate–glutamate carrier by Chancievan Thangaratnarajah; Edmund R.S. Kunji (S37-S38).
Analysis of uncoupling protein 2-deficient mice upon anaesthesia and sedation revealed a role for UCP2 in locomotion by M.-C. Alves-Guerra; C. Aheng; C. Pecqueur; S. Masscheleyn; P.L. Tharaux; A. Druilhe; D. Ricquier; E. Challet; B. Miroux (S40).
Nitric oxide regulation of heart mitochondrial bioenergetics and calcium handling by Tamara Zaobornyj; Vidhya Sivakumaran; Brian O'Rourke (S39).
Electrophysiological characterization of Af-Amt1 on a solid supported membrane by Tobias Wacker; Juan J. Garcia-Celma; Philipp Lewe; Susana L.A. Andrade (S38-S39).
Identification and characterization of a new Na+/H+ antiporter in Neisseria meningitidis by Marco A.M. Videira; Pedro M.F. Sousa; Thomas Vorburger; Julia Steuber; Ana M.P. Melo (S38).
Mitochondrial carrier structure and diseases by Pierri Ciro Leonardo; Palmieri Ferdinando (S35).
Structure and conformational dynamics of the sodium/proline transporter PutP based on protein chemical and EPR spectroscopic analyses by D. Hilger; M. Raba; K. Lipiszko; Y. Polyhach; G. Jeschke; S. Dunkel; J. Klare; H.-J. Steinhoff; S. Bracher; Matthias Quick; H. Jung (S34-S35).
Biogenesis of proteins targeted to the intermembrane space of mitochondria by Agnieszka Chacinska (S32).
Complex effects of 17β-estradiol on mitochondrial function by A. Thiede; F. Gellerich; P. Schönfeld; D. Siemen (S31).
Effect of mtDNA point mutations on cellular bioenergetics by J. Szczepanowska; D. Malinska; M.R. Wieckowski; J. Duszynski (S31).
Hydrogen bonding and spin density distribution in the QB semiquinone of bacterial reaction centers and comparison with the QA site by E. Martin; R.I. Samoilova; K.V. Narasimhulu; T.-J. Lin; A. Baldansuren; P.J. O'Malley; C.A. Wraight; S.A. Dikanov (S30).
New perspectives on assembling c-type cytochromes, particularly from sulphate reducing bacteria and mitochondria by Stuart J. Ferguson (S32).
Oxidation-driven protein import into the intermembrane space of mitochondria by Johannes M. Herrmann; Daniel Weckbecker; Sebastian Longen; Jan Riemer (S32-S33).
An electron dense substrate to study mitochondrial import sites in situ by V. Gold; R. Ieva; M. van der Laan; N. Pfanner; W. Kühlbrandt (S34).
Thiazolidinediones inhibit the transport activity of the mitochondrial pyruvate carrier proteins MPC-1 and MPC-2 by Ajit S. Divakaruni; Sandra E. Wiley; Alexander Y. Andreyev; George W. Rogers; William G. McDonald; Jerry R. Colca; Anne N. Murphy (S34).
Substrate binding in the mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier by Elizabeth Cerson; Edmund Kunji (S33).
Respectively, Asp, PPi and Na+-pump emerged before Glu, ATP and H+-pump by H. Baltscheffsky; N. Holm (S33).
Immobilization of the active F1 subunit to a bead by P. Oswald; J. Lee; P. Gräber; P. Fischer (S20).
ε subunit suppresses ADP-inhibition of Bacillus subtilis F1-ATPase by J. Mizumoto; Y. Kikuchi; Y. Kato-Yamada (S19-S20).
Molecular architecture of mitochondria by Max Harner; Dejana Mokranjac; Walter Neupert (S7).
Subunit rotation and twisting in FoF1-ATP synthase by single-molecule three-color Förster resonance energy transfer by Michael Börsch (S8).
Dynamic imaging of mitochondrial function, in vivo by Robert S. Balaban (S6-S7).
Experimental relocation of the mitochondrial ATP9 gene to the nucleus reveals forces underlying mitochondrial genome evolution by A. Martos; M. Bietenhader; E. Tetaud; R.S. Aiyar; C.H. Sellem; R. Kucharczyk; S. Clauder-Münster; M.-F. Giraud; F. Godard; B. Salin; I. Sagot; J. Gagneur; M. Déquard-Chablat; V. Contamine; S. Hermann-Le Denmat; A. Sainsard-Chanet; L.M. Steinmetz⁎ ; J.-P. di Rago⁎ (S6).
ROS production and turnover of brain mitochondria — Implications for neurological diseases by Wolfram S. Kunz (S5-S6).
Specificity, mechanism and membrane organization of ATP synthases by José D. Faraldo-Gómez (S8).
The yeast ATP-synthase: from its atomic structure to its supramolecular organization in the inner mitochondrial membrane by M.-F. Giraud⁎ ; V. Goyon; D. Thomas; I. Larrieu; A. Dautant; P. Paumard; C. Stines-Chaumeil; C. Sanchez; D. Brèthes⁎⁎ ; J. Velours (S9).
Characterization of UTP driven rotation of F1-ATPase by Hidenobu C. Arai; Rikiya Watanabe; Hiroyuki Noji (S10).
Role of the epsilon subunit C-terminal domain of the Escherichia coli ATP synthase in modulating activity and coupling degree by M. D'Alessandro; P. Turina; B.A. Melandri; S.D. Dunn (S10).
Binding changes and associated torque in F1-ATPase by K. Adachi; K. Oiwa; M. Yoshida; K. Kinosita (S9-S10).
Coupling ions to the rotary mechanism and architecture of the Fo ATP synthase by Thomas Meier (S9).
Role of conformational change and lipidic ligands in the function and regulation of cytochrome c oxidase by Shelagh Ferguson-Miller; Carrie Hiser; Jian Liu; Leann Buhrow (S5).
Reversibly modulating cytochrome c oxidase inhibits blood clotting: Studies based on functional electrochemical models and respiring cells by James P. Collman; Chrisopher Barile; Lei Fu; Paul Herrmann; David Tyvoll (S5).
High resolution structure of photosystem II and the mechanism of water-splitting by Jian-Ren Shen; Yasufumi Umena; Keisuke Kawakami; Nobuo Kamiya (S2-S3).
Redox tuning in bioenergetics: Compromising efficiency to survive life in O2 by A.W. Rutherford (S2).
Structure, function and regulation of ion pumps by Poul Nissen (S1-S2).
The ATP synthase: The understood, the uncertain and the unknown by John E. Walker (S1).
Structure and mechanism of respiratory complex I by Leonid Sazanov; Rozbeh Baradaran; Rouslan Efremov; John Berrisford; Gurdeep Minhas (S3).
Damage control — How the PINK1/Parkin pathway can regulate removal of impaired mitochondria by autophagy by Richard J. Youle (S3).
Mitochondria and the control of insulin secretion by D.G. Nicholls; A.A. Gerencser; I. Goehring; M.D. Brand; H. Mulder (S4-S5).
The alternative complex III: Properties and possible mechanisms for electron transfer and energy conservation by Miguel Teixeira; Patrícia N. Refojo; Manuela M. Pereira (S4).
Electron transfer and catalytic reactions of cytochrome bc 1 by M. Czapla; A. Borek; M. Sarewicz; A. Osyczka (S4).
Electron tunneling in biological energetics by P.L. Dutton; Z. Zhao; A.W. Rutherford; C.C. Moser (S3-S4).
The crystallographic structure of subunit E from Pyrococcus horikoshii OT3 A-ATP synthase reveals the flexibility of the peripheral stalk by A.M. Balakrishna; G. Grüber (S10-S11).
The mechanism of inhibition of bovine F1-ATPase by the inhibitor protein IF1 by John V. Bason; Arjun Thapaliya; Martin G. Montgomery; Andrew G.W. Leslie; John E. Walker (S11).
A hydrophilic environment enhances opening and deprotonation of the binding sites in the membrane rotor of a mitochondrial ATP synthase by Alexander Krah; José D. Faraldo-Gómez (S16-S17).
Impact of mutation in TMEM70 gene on respiratory chain complexes and mitochondrial ultrastructure by H. Kratochvilova; M. Tesarova; T. Honzik; Z. Hajkova; H. Hansikova; J. Sladkova; H. Hulkova; M. Elleder; J. Zeman (S17).
Reconstitution of Vacuolar type rotary H+-ATPase/synthase from Thermus thermophilus. by J. Kishikawa; K. Yokoyama (S16).
ATP-driven H+ pump activity of thermophilic Bacillus PS3 FoF1-ATP synthase reconstituted in a liposomal membrane measured by fluorescence ensemble and single liposome assays by Y. Kasuya; N. Soga; T. Suzuki; M. Yoshida; K. Kinosita (S16).
Technical design of a module for the continuous production of biochemical energy for cell-free protein synthesis by A. Kahlig; W. Volkwein; K. Seyfert; M. Thein; T. Hirth; J. Hansmann (S15-S16).
Tuning the ion specificity of the ATP synthase rotor by Ganna O. Krasnoselska; Denys Pogoryelov; Alexander Krah; Julian D. Langer; José D. Faraldo-Gómez; Thomas Meier (S17).
Application of fluorescent protein ATeam for ATP level measurements in living bacteria by A. Lapashina; A. Prikhodko; M. Vitushkina; R. Zinovkin; B. Feniouk (S18).
Structure of the Fo/Vo-hybrid ATP synthase rotor ring from Acetobacterium woodii at 2.4 Å resolution by D. Matthies; A.L. Klyszejko; K. Brandt; J. Vonck; Ö. Yildiz; V. Müller; T. Meier (S19).
Evaluation of neuronal cell energetic status using theoretical description of FoF1-ATPsynthase catalytic cycle by E.V. Mashkovtseva; S.E. Boronovskiy; Ya.R. Nartsissov (S19).
ATP synthase from rat liver plasma membrane by Giovanna Lippe; Amit Kumar Rai; David A. Harris; Federica Dabbeni-Sala (S18-S19).
Predicted topology of the ion-conducting subunit-a of the membrane motor of the ATP synthase by Vanessa Leone; Robert H. Fillingame; José D. Faraldo-Gómez (S18).
Localization and orientation of TMEM70 protein in the inner mitochondrial membrane by K. Hejzlarová; H. Kratochvílová; T. Mráček; M. Tesařová; A. Vrbacká-Čížková; M. Vrbacký; H. Hartmannová; V. Kaplanová; L. Nosková; J. Buzková; V. Havlíčková-Karbanová; J. Zeman; S. Kmoch; J. Houštěk (S15).
The interaction of the diarylquinoline TMC207, a new tuberculosis antibiotic, with its target mycobacterial ATP synthase by A.C. Haagsma; P. Lu; H. Lill; D. Bald (S14-S15).
Assembly of the b dimer into the Escherichia coli ATP synthase requires subunit delta by G. Deckers-Hebestreit; F. Hilbers; K. Friedrich; B. Herkenhoff-Hesselmann; E. Becker; K. Brandt; R. Eggers (S12).
In situ structure of the mitochondrial F1Fo ATP synthase dimer and its role in shaping membrane morphology by K.M. Davies; C. Anselmi; B. Daum; J.D. Faraldo-Gómez; W. Kühlbrandt (S11-S12).
Observation of twisting within the central stalk of EFOF1 during catalysis with single molecule FRET spectroscopy by M. Burger; P. Gräber (S11).
The chloroplast ATP synthase contains critical targets of reactive oxygen species by Felix Buchert; Christoph Forreiter (S11).
Generation of a mitochondrial membrane potential in trypanosomes in the absence of proton transport: A key role for mutations in the γ subunit that uncouple ATP synthase by Caroline Dewar; Matthew Gould; Sam Dean; Achim Schnaufer (S12-S13).
Inhibition of E. coli F1-ATPase: insertion of epsilon's C-terminal domain and the transition to the MgADP-inhibited state are competing processes at the catalytic dwell step by Thomas M. Duncan; Naman Shah; Marcus L. Hutcheon; Brian K. Haarer (S13).
Conformational changes of the ε-subunit of the H+-ATPsynthase by binding of nucleotides by S. Glaser-Gallion; M. Burger; P. Gräber (S14).
Characterization of CyPD - FOF1ATP synthase interaction: Role of the OSCP subunit by V. Giorgio; M. Antoniel; A. Fabbro; A. Kumar Rai; F. Dabbeni-Sala; G.D. Glick; P. Bernardi; G. Lippe (S14).
Novel factors essential for human mitochondrial FoF1-ATP synthase activity found by MASC (Mitochondrial Activity of SLO-permeabilized Cells) screening by M. Fujikawa; M. Yoshida (S14).
A point mutation, betaGln259Leu, relieves MgADP inhibition in Bacillus PS3 ATP synthase by Boris A. Feniouk; Chiaki Wakabayashi; Toshiharu Suzuki; Masasuke Yoshida (S13).
Induction of uncoupling protein UCP3 by hydrogen peroxide increases survival in cardiac muscle cells: Implication of the antioxidant transcription factor Nrf2 by A. Anedda; B. Acosta-Iborra; E. López-Bernardo; C. Vaca; M.O. Landázuri; S. Cadenas (S40-S41).
GMP reductase modulates purine nucleotide concentrations and uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1) activity by T. Fromme; S. Mocek; V. Hirschberg; R. Diezko; A. Dunkel; T. Hofmann; M. Klingenspor (S41).
Energetic basis of the biogenesis of iron–sulfur proteins by Roland Lill (S65).
Biogenesis of cytochrome cbb 3 Oxidase: Analysis of the copper delivery pathway by Grzegorz Pawlik; Seda Ekici; Petru-Iulian Trasnea; Eva Lohmeyer; Sebastian Schröder; Xinpei Jiang; Fevzi Daldal; Hans-Georg Koch (S65-S66).
The mitochondrial peptidasome PreP and Alzheimer's disease by Elzbieta Glaser (S65).
Iron sulfur clusters in complex I of Yarrowia lipolytica characterized by cw- and pulsed EPR by Klaus Zwicker; Philipp Spindler; Volker Zickermann; Thomas Prisner; Ulrich Brandt (S64).
Structure of mitochondrial complex I by Volker Zickermann; Christophe Wirth; Carola Hunte; Ulrich Brandt (S64).
Bi-plane FPALM nanoscopy confirms that mitochondrial nucleoids play a central role in mitochondrial biogenesis by Lukáš Alán; Jaroslav Zelenka; Tomáš Špaček; Daniel F. Bogenhagen; Petr Ježek (S66).
Mechanism of CuA assembly in the biogenesis of cytochrome c oxidase by M. Alles; B. Ludwig (S66-S67).
The membrane potential is a key regulator for oxidation-dependent protein import into the mitochondrial inter membrane space (IMS) by Manuel Fischer; Jan Riemer (S68).
Rosiglitazone protects differentiated SH-SY5Y cells against damage induced by rotenone through mitochondrial biogenesis and by anti-oxidative mechanisms by J.C. Corona; M.R. Duchen (S68).
Biogenesis of alpha-helical outer membrane proteins by T. Becker; L.S. Wenz; N. Pfanner (S67-S68).
Identification of the TOM complex of Dictyostelium discoideum by Monika Antoniewicz; Andonis Karachitos; Michał Rogosz; Hanna Kmita; Małgorzata Wojtkowska (S67).
A combined electrochemical, Resonance Raman and Far Infrared study on the respiratory complex I by M. Yegres; T. Friedrich; Petra Hellwig (S63-S64).
Site-directed mutagenesis of residues involved in proton translocation by Escherichia coli complex I by A.M. Wojciechowska; L.A. Sazanov (S63).
The ion-translocation activities of proteins from the Mrp-antiporter family, evolutionarily related to complex I, analyzed in a Bacillus subtilis model system by Eva Sperling; Vamsi K. Moparthi; Brijesh Kumar; Yusra Al-Eryani; Egle Virzintiene; Cecilia Hägerhäll (S61).
Identification of the ubiquinone-binding site of respiratory complex I by M. Schulte; M. Aksoyoglu-Kasanmascheff; U. Glessner; S. Weber; T. Friedrich (S60-S61).
Deactive complex I from Bos taurus is a Na+/H+ antiporter by Philippa G. Roberts; Judy Hirst (S60).
EPR analysis of two protein-associated ubiquinone (SQNf and SQNs) in the membrane in situ and in proteoliposomes of isolated bovine heart complex I by S. Tsuyoshi Ohnishi; Tomoko Ohnishi; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Shinya Yoshikawa; Ralph T. Weber (S60).
The role of subunit NuoL for proton translocation by the respiratory complex I by S. Steimle; M. Willistein; T. Friedrich (S61).
Structure and function of the C-terminal end of MrpA — The evolutionary progenitor of the long, membrane parallel helix domain in Complex I by Egle Virzintiene; Leonard T. Shumbe; Vamsi K. Moparthi; Yusra Al-Eryani; Kamil Gorecki; Cecilia Hägerhäll (S62).
Semiquinone intermediates formed during catalysis by complex I by A. Wlodek; J. Hirst (S63).
The role of Ndufaf2 in the assembly of mitochondrial complex I by X. Wang; M. McKenzie; D. Thorburn; M. Ryan (S63).
Overproduction of Aquifex aeolicus complex I in E. coli nuo-deletion strains by M. Vranas; O. Einsle; T. Friedrich (S62-S63).
The structure of the NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase from Vibrio cholerae by G. Vohl; M. Casutt; T. Vorburger; V. Muras; W. Steffen; J. Steuber; G. Fritz (S62).
Biogenesis of mitochondria connects to the cell cycle by A.B. Harbauer; S. Rao; O. Schmidt; N. Pfanner; C. Meisinger (S68-S69).
Adaptation of respiratory chain biogenesis to cytochrome c oxidase deficiency caused by SURF1 gene mutations by N. Kovarova; A. Cizkova - Vrbacka; P. Pecina; V. Stranecky; E. Pronicka; S. Kmoch; J. Houstek (S69).
Mitochondrial membrane potential decrease caused by loss of PINK1 is not due to proton leak, but to respiratory chain defects by Taku Amo; Shigeto Sato; Shinji Saiki; Alexander M. Wolf; Masaaki Toyomizu; Clement A. Gautier; Jie Shen; Shigeo Ohta; Nobutaka Hattori (S78).
The gender- and brain region-specific role of cytochrome c oxidase in hypoxia and neurodegeneration by S. Arnold (S78-S79).
Parkin: A stress-protective E3 ubiquitin ligase maintaining mitochondrial integrity by A. Kathrin Lutz; Anna Pilsl; Patrick Beaudette; Kamyar Hadian; Regina Augustin; Wolfgang Wurst; Dietrich Trümbach; Thomas Langer; Daniel Krappmann; Gunnar Dittmar; Jörg Tatzelt; Konstanze F. Winklhofer (S77-S78).
Mitochondrial quality control and neurodegeneration by T. Langer (S77).
Different substrate supply mechanisms to mitochondria from astrocytes and neurons support astrocyte–neuron lactate shuttle hypothesis by Timur Gaynutdinov; Zemfira Gizatullina; Katharina Muth; Rebecca König; Stephan Vielhaber; Frank Norbert Gellerich (S77).
Glutamate as a regulator of ROS production by brain mitochondria under hypoxia/reoxygenation conditions by N.V. Lobysheva; A.A. Selin; L.S. Yaguzhinsky; Y.R. Nartsissov (S79).
Pre-clinical studies on beneficial effect of quercetin supplementation in improving mitochondrial dysfunctions induced by 3-nitropropionic acid: Implications in Huntington's disease by Arpit Mehrotra; Rajat Sandhir (S79).
Metformin severely impairs in vivo muscle oxidative capacity in a rat model of type 2 diabetes by B. Wessels; J. Ciapaite; K. Nicolay; J.J. Prompers (S81).
Role of the Ca2 + uniporter and the mitochondrial Ca2 +-activated transporters of aspartate/glutamate (aralar/AGC1) and ATP-Mg/Pi (SCaMC-3) in agonist-stimulated respiration of intact cerebral cortex neurons by Carlos B. Rueda; Irene Llorente-Folch; Javier Traba; Ignacio Amigo; Araceli del Arco; Beatriz Pardo; Jorgina Satrústegui (S80-S81).
Melanocytes—A novel tool to study mitochondrial dysfunction in Duchenne muscular dystrophy by C. Pellegrini; A. Zulian; F. Gualandi; E. Manzati; L. Merlini; M.E. Michelini; L. Benassi; A. Ferlini; N.M. Maraldi; P. Bernardi; P. Sabatelli (S80).
Accumulation of damaged mitochondria in neuropathic Gaucher disease, the most prevalent risk factor for Parkinson's disease, is due to defective cellular degradation machinery by Laura D. Osellame; Ahad Rahim; Matthew E. Gegg; Simon Waddington; Anthony H.V. Schapira; Michael R. Duchen (S79-S80).
The MINOS complex: Keeper of mitochondrial membrane architecture by Ralf M. Zerbes; Maria Bohnert; Karina von der Malsburg; Bettina Warscheid; Ida J. van der Klei; Nikolaus Pfanner; Martin van der Laan (S74-S75).
Mitochondrial fusion/fission proteins in NARP and Rho0 human osteosarcoma cells by J. Walczak; J. Duszyński; J. Szczepanowska (S74).
Mgr2 promotes coupling of the mitochondrial presequence translocase to partner complexes by Sandra G. Schrempp; Michael Gebert; Carola S. Mehnert; Anna K. Heißwolf; Raffaele Ieva; Maria Bohnert; Nikolaus Pfanner; Martin van der Laan (S70-S71).
Cytochrome c oxidase assembly factor Surf1: Candidate for heme a insertion into subunit I by S. Schimo; A. Hannappel; F.A. Bundschuh; C. Glaubnitz; K.M. Pos; B. Ludwig (S70).
A mitochondrial reporter system for studies on NRF-1/AMPK activity and regulation in viable cells by L.I.H. Nilsson; J. Nikolaisen; H.R. Hagland; K.J. Tronstad (S70).
Two pentatricopeptide repeat proteins are essential for biogenesis of the NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase from the filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa by R. Moseler; V. Solotoff; U. Schulte (S69-S70).
Mitochondrial ultrastructure and complex formation are determining factors for the mobility of OXPHOS complexes in the IMM by V. Wilkens; T. Appelhans; W. Kohl; J. Piehler; K.B. Busch (S72).
Role of mitochondrial dynamics on the relationship of amoeba and bacteria, as host–parasite and/or symbiont by Rieko Furushima-Shimogawara; Kenji Yagita (S72-S73).
A lung cancer model linking apoptotic resistance and metastatic potential via defects in mitochondrial fission protein Dynamin-related protein 1 by Kelly Jean Thomas; Marty R. Jacobson (S74).
Disrupted mitochondrial fusion affects oxidative phosphorylation by mtDNA depletion by V. Peeva; G. Zsurka; S. Schöler; A.P. Kudin; S. Vielhaber; G. Debska-Vielhaber; W.S. Kunz (S73-S74).
Mitophagy mediated by Rheb and the maintenance of mitochondrial activity by S. Melser; E. Hebert Chatelain; J. Lavie; E. Giraud; C. Jose; R. Rossignol; G. Bénard (S73).
Hepatic mitochondrial bioenergetic and dynamic behaviour adaptations in response to high-fat feeding by L. Lionetti; M.P. Mollica; R. Sica; I. Donizzetti; G. Gifuni; A. Pignalosa; G. Cavaliere; R. Putti (S73).
Characterization of the inhibitor-binding site in mitochondrial NADH-Ubiquinone oxidoreductase (complex I) using fenpyroximate analogues by M. Murai; Y. Shiraishi; N. Sakiyama; H. Miyoshi (S59-S60).
ROS-production by E. coli respiratory complex I by Klaudia Morina; Marius Schulte; Sascha Jurkovic; Sabrina Burschel; Oliver Einsle; Thorsten Friedrich (S59).
Refolding of the mitochondrial UCP1 expressed in E. coli by M. Zoonens; S. Masscheleyn; B. Miroux (S47).
New information about the molecular mechanism of mitochondrial complex I by Judy Hirst (S48).
Uncoupling protein of Acanthamoeba castellanii mitochondria is activated by lipid peroxidation end product hydroxynonenal by A. Woyda-Ploszczyca; W. Jarmuszkiewicz (S46).
Evolution of physiological mitochondrial uncoupling mechanisms. Studies in different yeast species by S. Uribe-Carvajal; A. Cabrera-Orefice; S. Guerrero Castillo; L.A. Luévano-Martínez (S46).
Increased pulmonary vascular remodeling in UCP2 deficiency by N. Sommer; O. Pak; T. Hoeres; A. Sydykov; B. Kojonazarov; M. Hecker; R.T. Schermuly; F. Grimminger; H.A. Ghofrani; W. Seeger; N. Weissmann (S46).
New perspective on the relations between complex I, [NiFe] hydrogenases and Na+/H+ antiporters and respective evolutionary, functional and mechanistic implications by Bruno C. Marreiros; Ana P. Batista; Afonso M.S. Duarte; Manuela M. Pereira (S48).
EPR analysis of two protein-associated ubiquinone (SQNf and SQNs) in the membrane in situ and in proteoliposomes of isolated bovine heart complex I by Tomoko Ohnishi; S. Tsuyoshi Ohnishi; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Shinya Yoshikawa; Ralph T. Weber (S48-S49).
The accession gate for ubiquinone of complex I from Yarrowia lipolytica by Heike Angerer; Hamid R. Nasiri; Vanessa Niedergesäß; Stefan Kerscher; Harald Schwalbe; Ulrich Brandt (S50).
Site-directed mutagenesis of the NADH binding site of prokaryotic Complex I (NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase) affects generation of reactive oxygen species by K.M. Aierstock; K. Morina; D. Fiegen; B. Hengerer; T. Friedrich; L. Kussmaul (S49-S50).
On the mechanistic stoichiometry of proton translocation by respiratory Complex I by Mårten Wikström (S49).
Initial electron transfer steps in complex I by Simon de Vries; Katerina Dörner; Marc J.F. Strampraad; Thorsten Friedrich (S49).
UCP2 up-regulation during experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) correlates with lymphocyte infiltration by A. Smorodchenko; S. Egger; A. Rupprecht; K.E. Hilse; E.E. Pohl (S45).
Functional characterization and regulation of UCP4 expression by adipokinetic hormone in larva and pupa fat body mitochondria from the beetle Zophobas atratus by M. Slocinska; N. Antos-Krzeminska; G. Rosinski; W. Jarmuszkiewicz (S45).
Absence of uncoupling protein-3 (UCP3) affects mice metabolic parameters and the metabolic adaptation induced by the administration of triiodothyronine to hypothyroid rats by A. Lombardi; R.A. Busiello; R. Senese; F. Cioffi; F. Goglia (S42-S43).
UCP3 in skeletal muscle mitochondria of hibernating ground squirrels does not transport pyruvate in contrast to the feature of UCP1 from brown adipose tissue by N.P. Komelina; Z.G. Amerkhanov (S42).
Phospholipase iPLA2γ–dependent regulation of uncoupling protein UPC2 in insulinoma INS-1E cells by J. Jezek; A. Dlaskova; M. Jaburek; P. Jezek (S41-S42).
Evidence for a brown adipocyte specific enhancer in the first intron of the murine Ucp3 gene by C. Hoffmann; T. Fromme; M. Klingenspor (S41).
Uncoupling protein UCP3 up-regulation during cardioplegia-induced ischemia in the human heart by E. López-Bernardo; A. Anedda; B. Acosta-Iborra; C. Vaca; J. Salamanca; J. Bustamante; M.O. Landázuri; S. Cadenas (S43).
Upregulation of mitochondrial glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase abundance in brown adipose tissue mitochondria from UCP1 knock-out mice by L.H. Manzke; K.J. Clarke; R.K. Porter (S43).
UCP2 in tumour cells: Analyzing its role in the defence against oxidative stress by J. Segalés; A. Pujol; E. Rial (S44-S45).
UCP2 is associated with a high cell proliferative potential and therefore not present in neurons by A. Rupprecht; A.U. Bräuer; A. Smorodchenko; K.E. Hilse; C. Infante-Duarte; E.E. Pohl (S44).
The breath of a fruit-fly by C. Da Rè; M.A. Zordan; M. Zeviani; R. Costa; P. Bernardi (S44).
Molecular characterization of brown adipose tissue in a ‘protoendothermic’ mammal provides a novel approach to the understanding of uncoupling protein evolution by R. Oelkrug; N. Goetze; C. Exner; G. Ganjam; S. Müller; M. Kutschke; M. Tschöp; G. Heldmaier; M. Jastroch; C.W. Meyer (S43-S44).
Mapping of A/D conformational changes of mitochondrial complex I by Marion Babot; Paola Labarbuta; Sara Kee; Heinrich Heide; Ilka Wittig; Alexander Galkin (S50-S51).
A novel chaperone-like subunit of complex I from Thermus thermophilus by Rozbeh Baradaran; Leonid A. Sazanov (S51).
The evolution of respiratory chain complex I is the key to understanding the functional mechanism by C. Hagerhall (S56).
Exploring the zinc binding site of mitochondrial complex I by Katarzyna Kmita; Ulrich Brandt; Klaus Zwicker; Volker Zickermann (S57).
Bacillus subtilis deletion strains studied by 23Na NMR reveal that the antiporter-subunit MrpA and the complex I subunit NuoL are Na+-transporter proteins by K. Górecki; Torbjörn Drakenberg; Cecilia Hägerhäll (S56).
Detection of ubiquinone radicals in Escherichia coli respiratory complex I by Thorsten Friedrich; Stefan Steimle (S55-S56).
Proton translocation by Thermus thermophilus complex I by David T. Gallagher; Leonid A. Sazanov (S55).
NADH-OH, a strong competitive inhibitor of complex I by Alexander B. Kotlyar; Gary Cecchini; Joel S. Karliner; Vera G. Grivennikova; Andrei D. Vinogradov (S57).
Complex I studied by Surface Enhanced IR Absorption Spectroscopy (SEIRAS) and electrochemistry by Sébastien Kriegel; Frédéric Melin; Thorsten Friedrich; Masatoshi Osawa; Petra Hellwig (S57-S58).
Low abundance of the matrix arm of complex I of mice liver mitochondria predicts longevity by Satomi Miwa; Howsun Jow; Achim Treumann; Thomas von Zglinicki (S59).
Interaction of complex I from Thermus thermophilus with quinone and quinone-like inhibitors by Gurdeep S. Minhas; Leonid A. Sazanov (S58-S59).
The universal adaptor and a missing link between complex I and type 4 membrane-bound [NiFe]-hydrogenases by Bruno C. Marreiros; Ana P. Batista; Afonso M.S. Duarte; Manuela M. Pereira (S58).
Tissue specific metabolic consequences of isolated mitochondrial complex I deficiency in mice by G. Manjeri; S. Roelofs; A. Janssen; L. Blanchet; J. Driessen; R. Rodenburg; J. Smeitink; P. Willems (S58).
Inhibiting mitochondrial Complex I or Complex III differentially affects mitochondrial physiology by M. Forkink; R. Brock; J.Smeitink; P. Willems; W. Koopman (S55).
An assembly intermediate of E. coli complex I interacts with the inducible lysine decarboxylase by H. Erhardt; T. Friedrich (S54-S55).
The antidiabetic drug Metformin as an inhibitor of respiratory complex I by Hannah R. Bridges; Judy Hirst (S52).
Paracoccus complex I as a model for the bovine enzyme: Developing methods to study proton translocation by J.N. Blaza; J. Hirst (S52).
Biochemical characterisation of A/D conformational changes of mitochondrial Complex I by Amanda Birch; Heinrich Heide; Alexander Galkin (S51-S52).
Studies on protein/substrate interaction of type II NADH:quinone oxidoreductase from Escherichia coli by A.P. Batista; J. Salewski; F.V. Sena; L. Paulo; P. Almeida; I. Zebger; P. Hildebrandt; M.M. Pereira (S51).
Functional interaction between complex I and mitochondrial NOS (mtNOS) by Silvina S. Bombicino; Darío E. Iglesias; Tamara Zaobornyj; Alberto Boveris; Laura B. Valdez (S52-S53).
Inhibition of complex I regulates the mitochondrial permeability transition through a phosphate-sensitive inhibitory site masked by cyclophilin D by C. Chauvin; B. Li; D. De Paulis; F. De Oliveira; A. Gharib; G. Vial; S. Lablanche; X. Leverve; P. Bernardi; M. Ovize; E. Fontaine (S53).
A new look into NuoH from Complex I from E. coli by Afonso M.S. Duarte; Ana P. Batista; Bruno C. Marreiros; Manuela M. Pereira (S54).
The interaction between the complex I and YajL in E. coli by D. Kreuzer Dekovic; T. Friedrich (S54).
Complex I deficiency associated to mitochondrial DNA mutations in type I endometrial carcinoma by Antonella Cormio; Flora Guerra; Giuseppe Gasparre; Francesca Amati; Gennaro Cormio; Luigi Selvaggi; Anna Maria Sardanelli; Maria Nicola Gadaleta (S53-S54).
The protease inhibitor SERPINB3 inhibits permeability transition pore through the regulation of mitochondrial Complex I ROS production by Francesco Ciscato; Marco Sciacovelli; MariaGrazia Ruvoletto; Paolo Bernardi; Andrea Rasola; Patrizia Pontisso (S53).
Lactose permease: A beautiful chemiosmotic machine by H. Ronald Kaback (S1).